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The property consists of 3.5 hectares, 2.2 of which are planted with vines in the Brunello di Montalcino appellation, surrounded by fields of olive trees. In the 1950s it was taken over by the Manfredi Martini family, who have maintained traditional, natural production methods. The vines are planted on terraces on a sandy-limestone terroir that benefits from an optimal north-east orientation and a dry, mild climate. The wines are aged in 25 to 30 hectolitre Slovenian oak barrels for at least 36 months.
Wine, Italy / Tuscany